You may be surprised to find out that Discover happens to have a ew cards outside of just their core base cards. Discover not only has some additional co-branded debit cards, but also some credit cards too. Well, in the near future, Discover will only offer co-branded debit cards. The News For those who happened […]
If you are a current Discover card holder, Discover has entered a new partnership that could make the points you earn be even more flexible. The Partnership Discover and PayPal have teamed up to allow the redemption of Discover Rewards through PayPal. In order to do so, you’ll have to link your PayPal account to […]
When it comes to Discover, the majority of their cards offer a 5% rotating category. This means that every 3 months (or every quarter), you can earn 5% back in the category that is outlined. When it comes to Discover, they like to announce their categories ahead of time, and release the entire year at […]
If you really look at it, Discover only has a couple of different credit card reward structures. The Discover IT cards earn 5% back on rotating categories, and their miles card which earns 1.5% back on every purchase. If you haven’t used your Discover IT card in a while, you may be in for a […]
While most credit card have pretty structured reward categories, the Discover IT card has rotating categories. This means that every 3 months (every quarter), the 5% category changes at Discover’s discretion. Unlike the Chase Freedom card, which has a similar reward structure, we know ahead of time what the reward categories will be. While we already had a list of the categories for Q3 and Q4 of 2019, it looks like Discover is adding to those lists.
Have you ever been in a situation where you really need to buy something, and you apply for a new card, but it takes almost two weeks to arrive? What if you’re at a hotel and you get asked if you’d like to apply for the card? Wouldn’t you like to know if you’ll be […]